James Stanley is an Active Trader, and Trading Instructor at DailyFX. James began trading equities and options in 1999 during one of the greatest bull markets of all-time. As the tech boom became the tech bust, James hybridized his short-term trading approach to include Swing-Trading, and Algorithmic system design. James has further developed and refined his approach while working for some of the largest banks and brokerage houses in the United States. James is graduate of Hankamer School of Business at Baylor University.
Posts by James Stanley:
Sat Oct 03 03:06:00 GMT 2015
A rebound in equities and slide from the Dollar was leveraged by a weak NFPs figure Friday. How much momentum do these reversals have?
Fri Oct 02 22:30:00 GMT 2015
One of the few bright spots in the Global Economy that isn’t currently being engulfed by continued Central Bank jockeying (looking at you, Federal Reserve) has been the United Kingdom.
Fri Oct 02 21:47:00 GMT 2015
Gold put in a peculiar week of price action as four days’ worth of selling were nearly erased by one really strong NFP-fueled rally.
Fri Oct 02 14:06:00 GMT 2015
Friday's NFP report was terrible. Just terrible. Questions abound about the US 'recovery,' and the Fed's hawkishness.
Thu Oct 01 12:38:00 GMT 2015
Markets are holding on to gains from yesterday, but with heavy data over the next 24 hours, matters can change dramatically.
Wed Sep 30 11:50:00 GMT 2015
On the last day of the quarter, stocks are rallying. But is this just a blip in the radar as the world digests a more-hawkish Fed?
- Tue Sep 29 15:01:00 GMT 2015
- Tue Sep 29 14:14:00 GMT 2015
- Tue Sep 29 13:45:00 GMT 2015
- Tue Sep 29 12:50:00 GMT 2015
Tue Sep 29 12:00:00 GMT 2015
Markets are on edge ahead of a heavy week of data; but with a more-hawkish Fed, how much positivity can be expected?
Sat Sep 26 03:03:00 GMT 2015
The ranges developed around the FX Majors and equity indexes this past week will be in jeopardy with key event risk like NFPs ahead.
Fri Sep 25 22:56:00 GMT 2015
CAD finished the week higher against the USD by ~1% and benefited similar to other commodity currencies post-FOMC against the USD within the G10.
Fri Sep 25 13:02:00 GMT 2015
After a heavy week of volatility, markets are setting up for even more movement with a big week of data ahead.
- Thu Sep 24 19:39:00 GMT 2015
Thu Sep 24 12:47:00 GMT 2015
Risk aversion continues to permeate financial markets after last week's hawkish hold, and 'buy the dip' is bringing diminishing marginal returns.
- Wed Sep 23 19:50:00 GMT 2015
- Wed Sep 23 19:23:00 GMT 2015
- Wed Sep 23 18:31:00 GMT 2015
- Wed Sep 23 17:39:00 GMT 2015